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Remembering Dr. Phil Aaron: He was a compassionate man

Von Price's family had total confidence in him. She remembers him as a compassionate man, like his father, Dr. Oris Aaron.
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By Von Price I have been checking everyday to see if there is any info about Dr Phil Aaron's condition. Today makes me very sad and brings tears to think what a wonderful Doctor and a great asset to Columbia Dr Phil was to every one.

My last encounter with Dr. Phil was the night he told me there was nothing else he could do for my Mom. My Mom passed away four days later. I remember him coming to Stotts-Phelps-McQueary to pay his respects to my Mother.

I remember him hugging me and telling me how sorry he was about her passing.

He was the kind of Doctor who felt the pain for his patients passing and knew what they were going through.

He was such a compassionate man. My Mother never ever doubted what ever Dr. Phil had to say. She had total confidence in him. Dr Phil followed in the footsteps of his father (Dr. Oris Aaron) and was the same kind of wonderful Doctor he was also.

I want the Family to know that I feel their pain. And it will be felt my many many people for their loss.

May God give them Peace and Comfort at this very painful time. God Bless all of the Family.

--Von Price, Florida

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